Governor Greg Gianforte received his first coronavirus vaccine on Friday.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus on Monday.
Governor Gianforte made the announcement on the governor’s webpage.
Governor Gianforte received his first coronavirus vaccine last week.
Via Montana Free Press:
HELENA — Gov. Greg Gianforte has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Monday evening announcement by his office.
The result comes four days after Gianforte received his initial dose of the vaccine. He first started experiencing “mild symptoms” on Sunday, according to the announcement. After being tested Monday in Gallatin County and receiving a positive result, the governor and first lady Susan Gianforte, who tested positive on Tuesday, are isolating at their residence in Bozeman.
The governor’s press office did not announce any publicly scheduled events on Monday and said all further public events have been cancelled until further notice.
He got the shot on camera last week.
Governor Gianforte got his first vaccine dose on Friday and posted the video on his Facebook page (see link). Please, Montanans, do the same as soon as you can. The virus doesn’t care if you are a Republican, Independent, or Democrat. #mtpol https://t.co/vDSRcrPScI
— David C.W. Parker (@dparkermontana) April 3, 2021